Florida's Board of Governors has appointed Dr. Dave Williams to the Florida Polytechnic University Board of Trustees.
As the long-awaited holiday weekend draws near, Florida Polytechnic University wishes the entire University community a happy Thanksgiving. Those staying on campus and those leaving to spend the holiday with friends and family should be mindful of the following changes to campus services and closures during the break.
Florida Polytechnic University alum Chris Didier '18 is living out his childhood dreams. His professional life since graduation ushered him into the world of software engineering and development, and he has used this experience to launch his own video game studio.
Freshman Armaan Teeruth Roy traveled nearly 10,000 miles from home to get a leading STEM education at Florida Polytechnic University. Teeruth Roy is a native of Mauritius, an island nation off the eastern coast of Africa.
Dr. Fernando González Fermoso, head scientist of the Spanish Research Council in Spain, is spending nine months at Florida Polytechnic University collaborating on environmental engineering research at the campus.
In a world of magic, dragons, and giants, students at Florida Polytechnic University immerse themselves in a fantasy adventure and band together to reach a common goal. The Tabletop Club invites all Phoenixes with a taste for fun, storytelling, battle, and friendship to join them.
As a senior airman in the U.S. Air Force, Roquiah Francis saw the reality of military conflict up close and learned the fortitude it takes for one to serve their country.
With the Johnson Scholarship Foundation's financial support and a fervent belief that he can succeed, Florida Polytechnic University senior Graham Gilbert is determined to reach his educational goals.
Chelsea Reeves '19 always had dual passions for engineering and biology. Today, she fulfills both in her position as a product development engineer at Arthrex, a global orthopedic medical device company based in Naples, Florida.
A project to turn a standard golf cart into an autonomous vehicle has made a huge leap forward at Florida Polytechnic University. The students and faculty have successfully transformed the golf cart into a drive-by-wire vehicle - one that can be controlled by remote control.